FAA outlines no-fly zone for NATO Summit in Chicago

The Federal Aviation Administration has established a no-fly zone in Chicago airspace for the upcoming NATO Summit. The summit will be held from May 19 to 21, and the FAA will restrict flight within a 30-nautical-mile radius and establish a general aviation 10-nm no-fly zone around downtown Chicago.

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Feds to impose no-fly zone for small planes during NATO summit - Chicago Sun-Times · AOPA Online

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